The Marathon Relay runs alongside the Milton Keynes Marathon event, pitting teams of four runners (adults only 17+) against each other, each competitor running a leg of 6.2, 6.9, 6.9 and 6.2 miles.
The relay event is open to businesses, charities, clubs or even groups of friends and is characterised by a strong element of friendly competition as teams compete to be seen as the fittest or the fastest. These titles represent not only an enviable PR title, but also bragging rights that last for a full year.
This opportunity does not come around every day and is something not to be missed. Teams either take it in turns to drive or nominate a team driver. Full instructions and maps will be sent to each team before race day. Each team is expected to move around the course in one vehicle either with a dedicated team driver or by sharing the driving.
Race Day: Bank Holiday 7th May 2018
Start time: With the full Marathon @ 10:00am
Prizes: Trophies for the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Teams (based on gun time)
Course Record: 4 x £100 prize fund for the fastest relay team who can beat the current course record.
Please note all competition times will be based on your Gun time and not your Chip time.
Team Entry: You will nominate a Team Captain who organises the initial entry and payment of the entry fee. They will need to enter all 4 team members when they register, but you can make changes to your team and running order up until 28/3/18. Changes after the deadline will need to be made on race day. If you enter more than one team then each team will need a different Team Captain and unique email address.
Provisional Licence ID: 2018-30407
BMI The Saxon Clinic is part of BMI Healthcare.
The Saxon Clinic is sponsoring the Marathon Relay for the 3rd year running. “this great opportunity and we are really pleased to be able to continue to work with the MK Marathon team” said Natalie Wallace.
The Saxon Clinic is ideally positioned in Milton Keynes and provides treatment for both in and out patients with the highest of standards of care and cleanliness. We are now offering enhanced physiotherapy rehabilitation with the AlterG® Anti-gravity Treadmill®. For more information please call 01908 665533.
Find out more at: www.bmihealthcare.co.uk/hospitals/bmi-the-saxon-clinic
We’re blessed with a tremendous amount of natural beauty in Milton Keynes. We’re also lucky to have a world-class system of cycle paths. We do our best to take advantage of those factors to give our runners a course that’s interesting, inspiring, fun to run, fast and different from other marathons. The course will be the same as 2016
A Brilliant Day. The Banter between teams and relay points was lovely – Wendy McConnell
Great to have the opportunity to work as a team in a completely different way! Really lovely medal! – Nicky Saunders
Well organised and a fun, friendly event. The people of MK were fantastic coming out and cheering us on. And the sun was even shining too! – David Rees
Great experience – enjoyed running with friends. Great community support, interesting route, good support facilities, great atmosphere, and fun to finish in the stadium! – 2015
COWABUNGA DUDE! The MK Marathon Relay technical finisher T-Shirt 2018 looks amazing!
COWABUNGA DUDE! The MK Marathon Relay medal is so cool! Get mooving and register now to bag some cool cow bling!
One weekend. Two days of running. Three times the bling!
In addition to the MK 5K finisher medals, runners who participating in both the Sunday 5K and the Marathon Relay will receive a third medal – the MK Challenge Medal.
Take both Runner Numbers to the MEDAL tent located near baggage after the main event to collect your MK Challenge Medal.
In addition to the regular training that you will need to do to complete your leg of the relay event, we’re asking all our relay teams to raise some money for their favorite charity.
Check out the everydayhero fundraising portal and…
(select Relay under the distance tab and click ‘show results’)
Winning Teams 2016: 1st place Milton Buzzards in 2:36:09 [ new relay course record ], 2nd place Redway Running and 3rd place Team Grant Thornton.
All runners must be medically fit to compete and enter at their own risk and the organisers will in no way be held responsible for any injury, accident, loss or damage that may arise before, during or after the event as a consequence of their participation in this race.
The race director and the emergency services reserve the right to stop the race at any time, if deemed necessary. These would be in circumstances beyond our control and no refunds would be given.
If you have any questions or queries regarding the MK Marathon and Supporting Events please refer to our comprehensive Common Questions section of our website or click here